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North Korea has threatened a nuclear strike “at the heart of the U.S.” if Washington attempts regime change. 北韓威脅如果華盛頓試圖推翻北韓政權,該國將對「美國核心地帶」進行核攻擊。

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U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce that Hon Hai will set up a new plant in Wisconsin. 美國總統川普預計會宣布鴻海將在威斯康辛州建立新工廠。

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Medics were astonished to find 27 contact lenses buried behind the eye of a woman due to have cataract surgery. 醫生在一位即將進行白內障手術的婦女眼睛內發現了27片隱形眼鏡,驚訝萬分。

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A Volkswagen manager is set to plead guilty in the U.S. over the company's emissions cheating scandal. 福斯汽車的一名經理將在美國的碳排放作弊醜聞案中認罪。

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Angel Maria Villar has been suspended as president of the Spanish Football Federation for one year. 西班牙足球聯合會主席韋拿被停職一年。

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Tsai's hand is at play in academy naming spat

Vice President Chen Chien-jen was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS) last Tuesday.

S. Korea's frustrated youth demand change

Thirty years after South Korea became a democracy, voters born in the period go to the polls Tuesday frustrated over their prospects and demanding change as growth slows and job prospects fade.

New Hamas chief could be a step toward acceptance

Ismail Haniya's election as Hamas chief is another sign that the Islamist movement is seeking to soften its image and show it can offer a viable alternative to Mahmud Abbas, analysts said.

Obama officials to testify on Russian interference

The scandal over Russian meddling in last year's U.S. presidential election returns to the forefront of Washington politics after weeks of quiet on Monday, when two top officials from the Obama administration are set to testify in Congress.

Justice may be blind, but she's definitely ridiculous

Lady Justice may be blind but she becomes ridiculous sometimes in Taiwan, perhaps because there are quite a number of baby prosecutors and dinosaur judges.

Taiwan's vegetarian scene is thriving — and we should be proud

We all know that reducing, reusing and recycling waste is a key part of a green lifestyle, but one somewhat less-discussed part is being conscious of how our eating habits -- particularly our fancy for red meat -- affect the environment.

Will Trump save the Middle East peace process?

As he plans his first foreign trip and visits to Israel and the Palestinian territories, U.S. President Donald Trump seems optimistic that he can help secure peace in the region.

What motivates N. Korea's leader?

Kim Jong Un is a "smart cookie," President Donald Trump said recently of North Korea's leader.

Today's fake news: Canada-US ties threatened

British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle greatly raised the prestige of the lowly detective story with his fictional alter ego Sherlock Holmes. One of Holmes' most brilliant insights concerned something which was not present. In "Silver Blaze" a dog did not bark.

Trump's lack of expertise will end in a diplomatic disaster

Just past the 100-day mark in the Donald Trump presidency, it's likely that whatever emanates from the Oval Office is likely to get worse in terms of the incumbent's behavior. He is perpetuating fake news and other lies every day.

Indonesian Muslims playing with fire

Jakartans have decided. The majority of them picked Anies Baswedan and Sandiaga Uno as governor and deputy governor of the capital city.

Are you sick of receiving spam and marketing messages? Maybe it's time for a digital detox

There is an episode on "Seinfeld," the seminal '90s sitcom, where the main protagonist Jerry Seinfeld picks up the phone only to be harassed by a telemarketer.

Vested interests are exploiting voters' ignorance of fake news to pursue hidden agendas

Fake news spread during the presidential election of the United States caught global attention last year. The fake news went viral and shocked the public.

Traffic tax won't solve Freeway No. 5 nightmare

A member of the Yilan County Council has proposed a tax on cars traveling along National Freeway No. 5 in a bid to curb the nightmarish holiday traffic congestion on the highway. But that may not be a cure for the traffic headache.

Are S. Asian countries 'deindustrializing' too soon?

Historically, all developed economies, after reaching a certain level of development, have experienced a decline in the share of manufacturing value-added in GDP with the rising share of services value-added.
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